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Honda closes plant in THE UK
Honda closes plant in THE UK

Overloading of UK ports, which caused a shortage of spare parts, forced Honda to temporarily suspend production in Swindon. According to the BBC news Agency, Honda has suspended production at its factory in Swindon due to transport delays that caused a shortage of spare parts. The Japanese carmaker told its employees that congestion at British… More

Alfa Romeo Stelvio: “fast international tourism”
Alfa Romeo Stelvio: “fast international tourism”

Alfa Romeo Stelvio 2021 model year will be available in the new Veloce Ti modification. The abbreviation “Ti”, according to the press service of the company, means Turismo Internazionale” international tourism”, the word Veloce translates as”fast”. From the standard crossover, the new Veloce Ti will differ in a number of elements of exterior and interior… More

Mercedes-Benz V-Class from OKCU: coffee machine, refrigerator and cigar holder
Mercedes-Benz V-Class from OKCU: coffee machine, refrigerator and cigar holder

When creating this individual V-class, the tuner abandoned the standard interior. He decided not to put the new Bang & Olufsen sound system with Apple Airplay streaming and wireless phone charging. OKCU then decorated the seats with “Rolls-Royce quality” leather, which looks chic in the press photos. White leather is complemented by dark blue trim… More

Electric Opel Mokka-e sold out a year in the go
Electric Opel Mokka-e sold out a year in the go

The price list of the Opel Mokka-e battery compact for Europe was published on September 22, orders are being accepted, and deliveries to customers are scheduled for March-April 2021. However, the demand is so great that the quota for next year has already been exhausted. According to insidevs, Electrek and Elecrive, with reference to dealers,… More

Volkswagen chief reveals timing of driverless cars
Volkswagen chief reveals timing of driverless cars

One of the first robotic cars of the German group will be the Artemis from Audi. Self-driving cars will enter the market around 2025-2030, Volkswagen Group CEO Herbert Diess told the business magazine Wirtschaftswoche. It is quoted by the publication Automotive News Europe. According to the top Manager, by this time the performance of computers… More

KIA recalls 295,000 cars
KIA recalls 295,000 cars

KIA will recall almost 295,000 of ITS vehicles in the United States. The reason was the threat of fire in the engine compartment, while the specific cause of the possible defect is not named. The recall campaign includes models such as the Sorento (2012-2013), Sportage (2012), Forte and Forte Koup (2012-2015), as well as hybrid… More

BMW i7 Features: What is the Electric Seed
BMW i7 Features: What is the Electric Seed

It is no secret that in the new generation, the BMW seventh-series sedan will receive fewer versions with internal combustion engines than electrified ones in one form or another. The flagship modification of the “seven” and at all should become an electric car called the i7. Now, as the Car publication reports with reference to… More

VW to recall more than 10,000 Tiguans
VW to recall more than 10,000 Tiguans

It is reported that during the impact of an accident, the front seat belts of the Volkswagen Tiguan may break. Three years ago, a pair of 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan cars passed an NHTSA crash test, during which their driver’s side seat belts were torn. The German manufacturer could not definitively determine the root cause of… More

Ford Bronco will linger
Ford Bronco will linger

Ford has sent a letter to its dealers saying that the revived Bronco SUV is being delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. As Motor1 informs on Saturday, December 5, relying on a representative of the American Corporation, now the Bronco models will reach dealerships not in the spring, as previously expected, but in the summer… More

Rating: how much cars are assembled and how much automakers earn per minute
Rating: how much cars are assembled and how much automakers earn per minute

The Money Shake portal has compiled a rating of automakers that collect the most cars per minute. Toyota was the most operational, with 19.9 cars coming off the Assembly line of its factories every minute. “Toyota” is only slightly inferior to Volkswagen (all brands included in the concern, including Audi, Skoda, SEAT and others are… More